Thursday, May 24, 2007

'Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show' Episode 54: Dr. Eric Westman Giving A Voice To Low-Carb Science

Dr. Eric Westman--soft-spoken, but mighty strong in low-carb research

I have a very special interview to share with you today from the American Society of Bariatric Physicians (ASBP) obesity conference I attended in Nashville, Tennessee recently. It's with a man that every single low-carb supporter need to be abundantly aware of because he is conducting the kind of research on low-carbohydrate diets that will usher in a new wave of interest in this way of eating that cannot be ignored. His name is Dr. Eric Westman.

In Episode 54 of "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore," I was privileged to ask Dr. Westman about his amazing research into the low-carb lifestyle, including why he started researching this, what his research has taught him as an internist, where he sees low-carb research headed in the coming years, and when he thinks mainstream acceptance of low-carb will happen.

Listen to my most compelling podcast interview to date with Dr. Westman:

icon for podpress  "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore" Episode 54 [23:16m]: Play in Popup | Download

There is nobody working harder behind-the-scenes of low-carb (except for maybe Dr. Mary C. Vernon) than Dr. Eric Westman because he has seen the dramatic improvements in the weight and health that has happened in his patients who started following a "diet book." It turns out that book was written by the late great Dr. Robert C. Atkins and it went against everything Dr. Westman was ever taught in medical school.

Neverthless, he has since learned more about low-carb living and realizes it can help with not just obesity, but also diabetes and a host of other health ailments. Dr. Westman is dedicated to helping his fellow doctors and medical professionals understand why low-carb dieters like us see the amazing lifechanging results we see in our weight and health.

During my interview with him, Dr. Westman said he vividly remembered one thing he was taught in medical school: while the training to become a physician ends at school, the education process never ends with what your patients tell you. WOW, we need more doctors who are willing to take this philosophy about their practice so they can truly help people get healthier than they ever thought possible.

Check out "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show" podcast anytime by:

1. Listening at the official web site
2. Going to iTunes
3. Calling (818) 688-2763 to listen via Podlinez
4. Subscribing to the RSS feed

Did you enjoy hearing what Dr. Eric Westman had to say about livin' la vida low-carb? He's definitely a name you will want to remember because some of the most damning evidence against low-fat diets in the coming years will very likely be from his research lab in Durham, North Carolina. Share your thoughts about Dr. Westman and his research. I am planning a trip up the road from my hometown of Spartanburg, South Carolina to visit his clinic soon to see what he does in action.

Also, if you entered my contest from Episode 53 for the FREE GoLower Chocolate Creme Bars, then be sure to listen to today's show to see if your name was among the winners. THANK YOU to everyone who posted a comment at the podcast web site and then e-mailed me your entry. It was a great success and I look forward to more contests coming soon.

THANKS for listening to "The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy, I really wanted to hear your podcast, and I've tried them before, but I just can't take the long, slow, ad-filled intro.

4 minutes, good heavens. I appreciate you are just learning - but how about learning from TV and radio and check out the duration of ads and intros.

5/24/2007 1:19 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS for your comments, CJCBrown. But your hyperbole about the advertising on my podcast show is unfounded. Not every show even has an ad, so I don't know what you are talking about.

Since I began my show in October 2006, not one single sponsorship ad has lasted anywhere close to 4 minutes long. In fact, the longest one was about a minute and most are close to a half minute long. Why exaggerate on your point?

If you don't like the ads, then have you ever heard of the fast forward button? That's something you can't do with radio and television ads (unless you TiVo the shows you like). You get all the benefit of the show's content in the 85-90% after the intro you complain so heavily about.

Most of my listeners actually enjoy hearing about the new products and services that come out and I'm pleased to tell them all about them. You are the very first person to complain about it in the 8-month history of its existence.

THANK YOU again for your comments, but I won't be changing what nobody else has a problem with.

5/24/2007 1:41 PM  

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